I’m really sorry about this build server problem. We’re trying to fix it.
I’ll come back here when I have more news.
In the meantime, you can install the “base” version with the installer and then install the desktop environment that you prefer by yourselves.
sudo pacman -S gnome
sudo pacman -S plasma
I know it’s not ideal.
It’s not straightforward to use an old ISO with a new version of the installer.
What’s wrong with the latest ISO? It does not boot for you or what?
Going back to your error
Cannot create Cnchi main window: No module named ‘maxminddb'it’s just that you’re missing a new dependency. Just install
sudo pacman -S python-maxminddb
Anyway, I’m sure more dependencies are missing if using an old ISO… (at least, python-libnacl and python-feedparser are the ones that come to mind).
I get Antergos installer-error, cannot allocate memory.
Yep, I’m really sorry about this. I haven’t got any time to try to fix this one.
Just out of curiosity, how much RAM memory do you have? (I do not think that’s relevant, but who knows…)
There is a --no-check (or -n) option that does that, but I like your resourcefulness.
Thanks a lot!
Just released 0.16.21 (package will be available soon).
I tested it in a VM and works. Please, test it if you have the time.
Is there any other possibility to install Antergos without that nasty cinchi?
(just a small joke, do not get mad at me).
@manuel logs? That would be very useful! Oh, well, I will have to try it myself when I have the time. Thanks for testing it anyway (at least I know it is not working yet).
Cnchi 0.16.12 is out. This version should fix that nasty pidof error @manuel reported, and hopefully the installation will finish this time.
I am at work now, so I cannot test it.
If anybody finds the time, feel free to do it.
Thanks for your help!